Exam Prep, Continuing Education & Books
Michigan offers multiple trade licenses, each with unique experience, pre-licensing education, and examination requirements. Most licenses require the applicant to pass the Business and Law exam in addition to the specific trade exam. We’re constantly updating the pages below to reflect the most up-to-date information available for each license.
Continuing education will be available soon for licensed Residential Builders and Plumbers.
At RocketCert, we offer industry leading exam prep, and continuing education. In addition, we stock the references that you need and can use during the exam. All our training is backed with our No Pass, No Pay guarantee.
The amount of Continuing Education required for Residential partially depends on when the license was obtained and how long the license has been held. Find out everything you need to know about renewals here.
When constructing or altering a residential or combination residential and commercial structure, a Residential Builders license is required. To obtain a license, you must first complete a 60 hour pre-licensing course and then pass the required exams. Check requirements and details about the application procedure on this page.
Michigan recognizes Journey, Master, and Contractor Plumbing licenses. All applicants must meet experience requirements and obtain a passing score on the corresponding exam. Find those details and more on this page.
Michigan recognizes Journeyman, Master, and Contractor Electrical licenses. All applicants must meet experience requirements and obtain a passing score on the corresponding exam. Find those details and more on this page.